WJ2O Version index

VERSION 2.1 July 1989
FIX 1: When using a different path for the log data files (other than the path for the program files), you couldn't reset the indexes.
FIX 2: You could not use condensed printer type for printing QSL cards or labels. Now in the System Parameter section, a code can be set specifically for printing QSL cards or labels.
FIX 3: In the QSL card program, if you specified a starting log file other than log 1, the program crashed.
FIX 4: In the QSL Card, Reports and Transfer Log programs, if you didn't have at least one QSO in each of the 20 log files, the program crashed.

VERSION 2.2 August 1989
FIX 1: Users who don't have their computer's system clock set to UTC had incorrect times in the Print Reports, QSL Cards and Selector programs as well as in the local times around the world help utility.
FIX 2: You could not use the selector for reports 

VERSION 2.3 January 1990
ENHANCEMENT 1: All programs have been reconfigured and take up less disk space than earlier versions. Although initial load time now takes longer, moving from module
to module has been sped up considerably. Loading of prefixes is performed only once during the initial load.
ENHANCEMENT 2: In the Master Log module, you now have the option to print the data that is on the screen. The print option is in the menu, press <P>, and the screen
DATA will be sent to your printer.
ENHANCEMENT 3: Also in the Master Log module, while editing a QSO you may press the <Page Down> key to finish the entry. Previously you had to hit continual carriage
returns through each field until you reached the bottom.
FIX 1: The DXCC report would not page properly.
FIX 2: Valid call sign rules have been liberalized. 1 x 1's are now allowed (e.g.. R0C, L2E). Also other crazy ones such as 3DA0AH
FIX 3: Had some problems recognizing previously worked stations in the net operating section.
FIX 4: The duplicate QSO box would crash the program if You've worked someone over 19 times. You now have multiple pages within the duplicate QSO box.

VERSION 2.4 February 1990
FIX 1: After making an adjustment to the prefix file, program would crash when reinitializing.

VERSION 2.5 February 1990
FIX 1: Net Operation screen would not clear entirely.
FIX 2: After using the print one call feature in the QSL card program, upon returning to the Master Log program, the display would not work properly.
FIX 3: Some reports would cause the QSL Print Code to change to the number 1.

VERSION 2.6 March 1990
ENHANCEMENT 1: Expanded error handling routines and messages were added.
ENHANCEMENT 2: An installation program was added to simplify new installations and updating the software.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A history of software updates as well as manual information is available for viewing or printing in the Information section.
FIX 1: While using the print one call feature in the QSL card program, if the call entered was not found, a blank label would print.
FIX 2: In the QSL card program, when attempting to save over an existing format, the warning message would crash the program.
FIX 3: While using the print one call feature, the multiple QSO box did not work properly.
FIX 4: While using the F10 help utility, the multiple QSO box did not work properly.

VERSION 2.7 April 1990
ENHANCEMENT 1: WB2DND and KD2MT style data files can be imported in the Transfer Files program.
ENHANCEMENT 2: In the transfer files program you may export log data to an ASCII file. This format is suitable for submitting contest logs to the ARRL contest committee.
FIX 1: When finishing the Reset Index process, the Number of QSOs box was not updating.

VERSION 2.8 October 1990
ENHANCEMENT 1: The selector now has the ability to accept `*' as a wildcard. A selector entry of Name=Da* would select all Names starting with DA or Da.
ENHANCEMENT 2: A scroll bar and the log names are displayed in the master log so you can be aware of your relative position in the logs.
ENCHANCMENT 3: During add mode in the master log, multiple QSOs are checked for immediately after entry of the call.
FIX 1: Net operations was crashing if loading a QSO that had comments greater than 10 characters long.
FIX 2: You could not move your own call properly in net operations.
FIX 3: In System Parameters you couldn't edit the 160 Meter antenna.
FIX 4: In Print Reports program an invalid date would cause an error. (ie. 13th month)
FIX 5: You had to have at least one QSO logged in each of the 10 logs in order to get the DXCC report to work properly.
FIX 6: You are not allowed to enter a month greater than 13 in the date subroutines.
FIX 7: There was a spacing problem when printing QSL cards using the dd mon yy format that has been fixed.
FIX 8: Monochrome users would crash when trying to use a function key. Now they are just given an error message and allowed to proceed.
FIX 9: State side calls were not always being logged in true callbook order. The suffix was fine but the prefix was not considered. If you find you have any calls presently out of order, removing and re-entering them should restore order.

VERSION 2.9 December 1990
ENHANCEMENT 1: K1EA, W2GGE, N6RJ, K8CC, and HamRad style DATA files can be imported in the Transfer Files program.
ENHANCEMENT 2: You may merge WJ2O style files that were created seperately in the Transfer Files program.
FIX 1: More polishing to the selector. Selection on dates works better. Changes in selection wouldn't always take until the next time you started the program.
FIX 2: When printing QSLs, if you put the Code Description field in your format. Instead of the description you would get only the code number.

VERSION 3.0 June 1991
ENHANCEMENT 1: A Global Remove feature has been added in the Master Log program. This allows you to remove records throughout the entire logs based on your selector settings.
ENHANCEMENT 2: The Transfer Files programs has been improved to include all of K8CC style logs, not just his Sweepstakes logs.
ENHANCEMENT 3: The Net Operations program has been changed to place in the Misc column only comments that were flagged for the net. To place a net comment, while editing a record in the Master Log program, place a net flag of /N directly ahead of your comment in the comment field.
ENHANCEMENT 4: A description of the codes has been added to the Individual QSO Report in the Master Log program.
ENHANCEMENT 5: Between program modules the main menu is displayed instaneously. The main menu has been changed to make it more readable.
ENHANCEMENT 6: The System Parameters program has been entirely re-written to make the operation simpler and to include more information.
ENHANCEMENT 7: The frequency field size has been increased to 8 characters.
ENHANCEMENT 8: DXCC countries are properly identified by the portable designation whether it is at the beginning of the call or at the end. The base call is grouped with other QSOs with that call regardless of what side the portable designator is on.
ENHANCEMENT 9: Up to 8 lines of comments can be added for each QSO.
ENHANCEMENT 10: A 4 line address can be added for each station call.
ENHANCEMENT 11: You may select your date entry preference, either mm/dd/yy or dd/mm/yy. You may also choose between miles or kilometers for distance measurements.
ENHANCEMENT 12: The maximum number of prefixes per country stored has been increased from 21 to 40. Additional data being kept for each country includes: latitude, longitude, QSL bureau, third party traffic agreement, and reciprocal license agreement.
ENHANCEMENT 13: The beam heading and distance of the station logged is displayed in the Master Log program.
ENHANCEMENT 14: The manual has been re-written, improved, and expanded. It now has over 50 typeset pages.
ENHANCEMENT 15: The DXCC countries can be printed out in any one of three sorted orders: country number, standard prefix, and country name.
ENHANCEMENT 16: A Worked-All-Zone report has been added. You may use either CQ or ITU zones.
ENHANCEMENT 17: Russian Oblasts are automatically recognized. An Oblast report is available and well as Oblast listings.
ENHANCEMENT 18: 4 new pop-up utilities have been added: beam headings, state capitals, US QSL bureaus and Oblasts.
ENHANCEMENT 19: The ability to print multiple wide labels. Also, page ejecting has been added to label printing to enable the use of laser printers.

VERSION 3.1 June 1991
FIX 1: The width of the description in the Selector for the QSL Sent or QSL Received was only one character.
FIX 2: The multiple QSO box would disappear in the Master Log program when you had an unsuccessful search or if you printed an Individual QSO Report.
FIX 3: For update customers that used 5-1/4" disks, the install program neglected to copy LOGL.EXE from the floppy.
FIX 4: New blank fields in the System Parameters program would often be filled with null characters and require deletion before an entry could be made.

VERSION 3.2 July 1991
FIX 1: You couldn't access the new <Shift><F1> through <Shift><F4> pop-up utilities directly from the Main menu.
FIX 2: Adding or Deleting a country prefix would cause a fatal error.
FIX 3: Some customers of version 3.1 received a corrupt LOGM.DAT file.

VERSION 3.3 July 1991
FIX 1: The DX and US Totals was adding up incorrectly.
FIX 2: The WAS Report wasn't recognizing Hawaii or Alaska QSOs.
FIX 3: Alabama wasn't being displayed in the State Capital Pop-Up Utility.

VERSION 3.4 September 1991
ENHANCEMENT 1: Automatic determination of Canadian Provinces has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Additional flags have been added for identification of Canadian Provinces and Japanese Prefectures.
ENHANCEMENT 3: Three new pop-up utilities have been added: Canadian Provinces, Canadian QSL Bureaus, and Japanese Prefectures.
ENHANCEMENT 4: The Transfer Files program has been upgraded to accommodate K8CC's change of text file format.
FIX 1: The Zone Report wasn't recognizing zones that were placed in the flag field.
FIX 2: If using the dd/mm/yy date format the date was displaying improperly on the report headings.
FIX 3: Bearings for Alabama were not displaying in the Master Log. The District of Columbia has been added to the list.
FIX 4: Reports for 10 meters were including QSOs from 6 meters and above.
FIX 5: The individual QSO report was using an extra line when you had a full frequency field.
FIX 6: When using the insert key for the time field in the Master Log program, the UTC offset set in the System Parameters was not being considered.

VERSION 3.5 September 1991
ENHANCEMENT 1: A demonstration program has been added for distribution to your friends.
FIX 1: There was a technical glitch with the Global Feature in the Master Log program.

VERSION 3.6 October 1991
ENHANCEMENT 1: Full support of monochrome monitors has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Reports may be sent to files for later SCREEN viewing.
ENHANCEMENT 3: Three new pop-up utilities have been added: A count of the log files, a display of the default record, and a report selection and viewing screen.
ENHANCEMENT 4: Assembly language subroutines have been added for increased performance.
ENHANCEMENT 5: If comments exist for an individual QSO, it is mentioned on the main screen of the Master Log program.
ENHANCEMENT 6: You may now import two new additional file formats: KB0ZP and DX Log.
FIX 1: Corrected my spelling for the word Canadian Provinces and Incoming VE1 QSL Bureau address, thanks VE1CH.
FIX 2: Had a problem with exporting to a ASCII file in the Transfer Logs program. The format was off slightly for the alphabetical order and the program would crash for
chronological order.
FIX 3: The selector was having accuracy problems when selecting on date when you had your system set to the dd/mm/yy date format.
FIX 4: When importing files in the Transfer Files program, 17 Meter contacts were incorrectly converting to 21 MHz.
FIX 5: Non U.S. "A" prefixes were being placed in the incorrect log file. The One Call feature in the QSL Card program couldn't find them. If you have some calls with this prefix in your files, you should adjust them. See Manual Update Instructions on how to do this.
FIX 6: K1EA changed his file format on his Version 7.0. The Transfer Files program now automatically determines the correct file version and imports properly.

VERSION 3.7 November 1991
FIX 1: I had a technical glitch with the calculations of beam headings for 3 different countries: C2, HC and HC8.
FIX 2: If you were to press the up arrow key after entering a new call in the Master Log program, you would enter a looping error.

VERSION 3.8 Decmeber 1991
ENHANCEMENT 1: The ITU and CQ Zones are automatically identified for US States. The program looks first for a recognizable state in the QTH field otherwise the zone
is based on the callsign. Because zones often split states and call areas, identification will not always be accurate and is subject to operator confirmation.
FIX 1: If you used the Options Menu in the QSL Card print program, the program would lock up.
FIX 2: If you had more than 2500 QSOs in any one log file, the scroll bar in the Master Log program would perform incorrectly.
FIX 3: The File Progress Box was working wierd when printing QSL cards.
FIX 4: In a QSL format, if a data block was at the left most position, it would not display on the screen.
FIX 5: The provinces of Labrador, Newfoundland and The Yukon were not being identified properly.
FIX 6: There was a technical glitch when using the Selector to compare frequencies.

VERSION 3.9 December 1991
FIX 1: An error in creating Version 3.8 caused me to disable the Global feature in the Master Log Program.

VERSION 3.10 January 1992
FIX 1: An error in creating Version 3.9 caused me to cause a fatal error when using the <SHIFT><F2> pop-up utility.
FIX 2: When importing K8CC using a .TXT file in a mixed mode contest, the report sent wasn't adjusting for the proper mode. (i.e.. 599 to 59) 
FIX 3: The DXCC report format has been adjusted for the new ability to use 8 characters in the frequency field.
FIX 4: When entering calls in the Net Operations program, you would get a fatal error if the Name was greater than 10 characters long.

VERSION 3.11 September 1992
ENHANCEMENT 1: You can import from more log formats: WB2OPA, N6TR, KD7P and Total Ham
ENHANCEMENT 2: A Packet Window has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 3: Log File Indexing has been added. This drastically reduces the time required to write new entries to the file.
ENHANCEMENT 4: Logs can be incremented in a choice of order, call book, alphabetical OR chronological.
ENHANCEMENT 5: You can search for partial calls or dates.
ENHANCEMENT 6: 8 bit characters can now be entered for use of special accent characters when using a non United States keyboard.
ENHANCEMENT 7: The ability to add flags for 10-10 numbers or grid squares has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 8: New reports have been added for 10-10 numbers and Japanese Prefectures.
ENHANCEMENT 9: VHF frequencies have been added to the report selection.
FIX 1: K1EA contest file import has been adjusted to allow proper importation of VHF frequencies.
FIX 2: Import files have also be adjusted to account for the new formats of WB2DND and DX Log.
FIX 3: Hitting different control sequences while in the Net Operations program would lock up the keyboard if you didn't have a printer connected.

VERSION 3.12 September 1992
ENHANCEMENT 1: Help windows have been added to every menu.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Upon importing logs, errors can either be reported to the printer or to a report file.
FIX 1: Version 3.11 had so many new features that it no longer worked with computers that had only 640k of memory. The program now fits within 640k again. The only sacrifice is that the 20 pop-up utilities are available only with the Master Log or Net Operations programs.

VERSION 3.13 October 1992
FIX 1: The ability to print in the QSL Card program was accidentally disabled as well as some reports in version 3.12.
FIX 2: The 10-10 report had problems that are now fixed.

VERSION 3.14 November 1992
FIX 1: Additional refinements were necessary in the Log Transfer Import program.

VERSION 3.15 December 1992
FIX 1: Since Version 3.11, the program would lock up often when exiting the software.
FIX 2: The QSO count was not being displayed properly once you had logged over 32,000 QSOs.

VERSION 3.16 January 1993 
FIX 1: Some unusual things were happening when creating a new QSL format or using the Large Letters.
FIX 2: Calling up this screen for the software history was not working properly.
FIX 3: When creating the new help windows one was overlooked in the DXCC Countries program causing the program to crash when you tried to list the countries.
FIX 4: The Packet Window had been disabled since version 3.12.

VERSION 3.17 January 1993
ENHANCEMENT 1: The Transfer Files program was upgraded in include import routines for K1EA's BIN files and K8CC's SDF files.
ENHANCEMENT 2: An import routine was added for KI6LO's LOG5 program.

VERSION 3.18 February 1993
FIX 1: When using selective bands in the reports, the 80 and 160 meter reports didn't work properly.
FIX 2: Customers receiving version 3.17 on a 5-1/4" disk received disk 3 blank.

VERSION 3.19 February 1993
ENHANCEMENT 1: The sequential order you select in the Master Log program is retained for the next time you use the program.
ENHANCEMENT 2: The 20 Pop-Up Utilities have been spruced up. Since version 3.11, memory constraints made it so I could only make them available in the Master Log and Net Operations programs. You can now access them from every program again. Also, a help window has been added for each utility.
ENHANCEMENT 3: When running packet, a received bell signal will cause a low pitched tone. This will happen even if the packet window is not open.
FIX 1: The packet window was not receiving data if the serial cables Data Carrier Detect was not wired properly.
FIX 2: The highlight color could not be permanently changed.
FIX 3: Using the K1EA Version 8 import there were a few snags. The frequency wasn't correct when you don't use a direct VFO input. The mode wasn't correct in the Sweepstakes contests. Also, the ability to properly identify VHF frequencies and flag grid squares has been added.
FIX 4: The use of some DOS memory managers would conflict with the ISAM TSR.
FIX 5: The program would crash the 10-10 report if the same 10-10 number was encountered twice.
FIX 6: Some printers would be accused of not being ready by the program even though they were.
FIX 7: If you were printing a selective log more than once, the percent done indicator would be inaccurate and the previous log file would not have been closed.

VERSION 3.20 March 1993
ENHANCEMENT 1: A separate area within the system parameters program has been added for defining path names. Splitting up your file types among sub-directories has been more refined.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Integration with SAM and HamBase databases has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A new program has been added for checking file status and pathnames. If you more your software to a new computer or directory within the same computer, this program will help set-up the system parameters by finding all your sub-directories. Previously you had to re-install from your original floppies to do this.
ENHANCEMENT 4: More control characters have been added to the QTH and Comment windows. Also, help screens have been added.
ENHANCEMENT 5: A Special Codes Report has been added. It lists the quantity of the special codes that are found throughout the files.
ENHANCEMENT 6: You can print labels from the QTH window.
ENHANCEMENT 7: When in the Master Log program, all the QSOs for a particular call will be searched to find previously logged name and QTH information. If found, it will be displayed. You will not have to re-type this information on subsequent QSOs.
ENHANCEMENT 8: In the Master Log program, the logged times are displayed in local time as well as their entered UTC counterpart.
FIX 1: I had messed up the selected logs printout program in the previous version.
FIX 2: You couldn't get rid of lines in the comment window.
FIX 3: It would take several passes when using the Global Remove feature to sometimes delete a whole selection.
FIX 4: In the QSL print program, if you used the one call feature and then printed a list, the list didn't start from the beginning.

VERSION 3.21 May 1993
FIX 1: There was problems deciphering the QSL sent and received data for KD7P imports.
FIX 2: The net operations would error when trying to move the stations worked to the permanent log.
FIX 3: If you combined your Hambase files into one file, my program wouldn't access it.
FIX 4: This is embarrassing. A silly glitch made it so you couldn't import version 3.14 or higher WJ2O log files.
FIX 5: The F10 popup utility was not functioning properly in the last version.
FIX 6: Adding a <RETURN> key to the end of a Packet Command Key wouldn't stay permanent.

VERSION 3.22 June 1993
FIX 1: If you used the dd/mm/yy format, the program was reversing the order of the time and not the date.
FIX 2: The Reset Indexes program was erroring when attempting to place US Calls with just a prefix in callbook order. 
FIX 3: On some packet modems, you could not receive any data when using COM port 2.
FIX 4: Importing WJ2O format was dropping the last record.
FIX 5: The Reset Indexes program was improperly placing calls that had a portable designation at the beginning and started with a number at the beginning of the file when using alphabetical order.

VERSION 3.23 July 1993
ENHANCEMENT 1: When a U.S. State is properly identified in the QTH field the state name is displayed.
ENHANCEMENT 2: The <F2> Pop-Up utility that used to display U.S. State abbreviations has been combined in with the <SHIFT> <F2> utility. The <F2> utility is now a reference for the Flags used in the Master Log program. The two data files STATEABR.DAT and STATECAP.DAT are no longer necessary and have been combined in one file named USSTATES.DAT.
ENHANCEMENT 3: When placing a flag, you may start with either a backslash or a forward slash.
ENHANCEMENT 4: The <F8> Pop-Up utility for log codes has been improved to have full editing capability including mouse support. This virtually eliminates the need for the Log Codes program module. As this is my first attempt at adding mouse control, I'm very interested in your comments.
ENHANCEMENT 5: The VHF bands are now included in the System Parameters so you can enter your VHF Antennas and Rigs along with the HF.
ENHANCEMENT 6: The address window in the Master Log program has been improved. Also, you can get to the window by pressing <ALT> A almost anywhere in the software package similar to a pop-up utility.
ENHANCEMENT 7: Interfacing with the Buckmaster CD ROM callsign database has been added.
FIX 1: Still had more problems with receiving packet when using COM 2. Sure hope I've got it this time.

VERSION 3.24 August 1993
ENHANCEMENT 1: A window has been added for access to the W6GO QSL Manager database.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Additional refinements were added to the K1EA BIN file import routines.
ENHANCEMENT 3: The ability to import files for NZ8P's QSO Pro logging program has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 4: Refinements to the Packet Window are automatic scroll in both the receive and the transmit window and the ability to pass through a <Control> Z.
FIX 1: The Net Operations program needed to modified to accommodate the new USSTATES.DAT file.
FIX 2: The country prefix file was not resetting properly after making an adjustment in the DXCC Countries program.
FIX 3: A small adjustment had to be made to accommodate the successful import of WB2DND ver. 5 style of files.

VERSION 3.25 October 1993
ENHANCEMENT 1: The ability to scroll back 10 pages in the packet window has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 2: A simple way to deactivate DXCC Countries has been added. Separate counts are now kept on the Active and Deleted.
ENHANCEMENT 3: An import module for Hyperlog has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 4: If a grid square is properly entered with the QSO, the bearings and distance is automatically calculated to that location.
ENHANCEMENT 5: A new pop-up window has been added for quick reference of Grid Squares. If you enter a grid square, the latitude, longitude, bearing and distance is calculated. If you only know the latitude and longitude, the grid square is calculated.
ENHANCEMENT 6: A DXCC window has been added for quick reference to your needed countries list.
ENHANCEMENT 7: The monthly log that I removed several versions ago was replaced due to user demand.
ENHANCEMENT 8: If you have a QSO logged that you don't want used for any award tracking (like if you work a pirate) yet you want to keep the info in the log, place a flag of /D0.
ENHANCEMENT 9: Additional directories have been added for reports and indexes for better organization of your hard drive. All files that the Reset Indexes program creates now have the extension .INX and no longer .DAT. This helps so you can back up all your .DAT files knowing that you're not wasting time with files that can be easily regenerated.
FIX 1: After encountering a bad call in the N6TR transfer import routine, the program was thinking that it was at the end of the file.
FIX 2: If you didn't have a directory specified for Buckmaster, the program would go looking for Buckmaster files on your current directory.
FIX 3: The default record wasn't holding a frequency longer than four characters.
FIX 4: The <F10> Pop Up utility was not working from within the Net Operations Module if your sequence was callbook order.

VERSION 3.26 November 1993
FIX 1: The Packet window was cutting off characters again.
FIX 2: You could not edit the path names for the Index or the Report directories.
FIX 3: The path names were cutting off at 20 characters in length.
FIX 4: The program named LOG.EXE was changed to LOGMENU.EXE to avoid naming conflicts it was having with other DOS utility software.

VERSION 3.27 December 1993
ENHANCEMENT 1: The ability to import files from Easy DX and WF1B logging programs has been added.
FIX 1: Some adjustments were necessary to the Hyperlog import.
FIX 2: A minor snag in the install program was causing an update installation to not go smoothly.

VERSION 3.28 February 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: Additional keypad scrolling keys have be added to the Master Log program. <CONTROL> <HOME> takes you to the first QSO with the displayed station, <CONTROL> <END> takes you to the last QSO. <CONTROL> <PAGE UP> scrolls up 100 QSOs and <CONTROL> <PAGE DOWN> scrolls down 100 QSOs.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Options have been added to the Master Log program. You can turn off the Multiple QSO window and/or you can have automatic insertion of the current time and date upon adding a new QSO.
ENHANCEMENT 3: The third party callsign databases (i.e. SAM) can be used to look up the Name and QTH for a QSO upon adding new entries.
ENHANCEMENT 4: The ability to use non-standard addresses and interrupts for your communications ports has been added. Also, 16-bit interrupts can now be utilized.
ENHANCEMENT 5: Rig control for the Kenwood TS-940 has been added. Others will be added very soon.
ENHANCEMENT 6: More options for the Master Log program. You can start editing from any field you select, not just the callsign field. Also, you may set the option to skip certain fields to speed data entry.
FIX 1: Various quirks with the packet window were looked after like editing the command keys, automatic line feed in the transmit window and the scroll.
FIX 2: A 3 by 3 call is now permitted. The station TGX9AJJ caused this requirement.
FIX 3: A portable designation like "/1" added to Alaska, Hawaii and other American possessions will change the DXCC country to The Unites States, you no longer have to use "/W1".
FIX 4: A Canadian portable designation will now have it's province properly identified.

VERSION 3.29 March 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: The default record information now can be edited using the <SHIFT> <F9> pop-up utility. This allows you to make changes from anywhere in the system and not just the Master Log program
ENHANCEMENT 2: The software was put on an overall memory diet. Not only are the executable files smaller, but they take less memory to run.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A bunch more controls have been made mouse aware.
ENHANCEMENT 4: A third import routine has been added for WB2DND files. I have discovered that he has logs in three different lengths: 78, 93 and 126 bytes.
ENHANCEMENT 5: An import routine has been added for K8CC's NAF files from his version 4 and earlier programs.
ENHANCEMENT 6: New import routines have been added for DXBase, Logic3, Ham Windows and EI5DI's contest log.
ENHANCEMENT 7: The <SHIFT> <F10> Pop-Up Utility now takes full advantage of your computer's expanded memory allowing screen viewing of reports as large as your memory will hold. Also added the ability to delete reports from within the utility.
ENHANCEMENT 8: The <F10> Pop-Up Utility is not accessible from the Net Operations or the Master Log program. A new menu option in Net Operations called View replaces the <F10> but is faster.
FIX 1: When printing QSO records in the Master Log program the database window was making a mess of the screen if you had a callsign database selected.
FIX 2: The N6TR import routine was adjusted for CQ World Wide and Sweepstakes logs to account for his recent slight changes in the heading format.
FIX 3: 10-10 numbers are recognized in NZ8Ps import files and are placed in the flags field.

VERSION 3.30 April 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: The ability to flag for IOTA, DIG, and DOK awards has added to the Master Log Program. Also, the bar number can be added to 10-10 flags.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Reports have been added for Grid Squares, IOTA, DIG and DOK awards.
ENHANCEMENT 3: New popup windows have been added which instant listings of various items like QSOs for one country or state, zone status, etc.
ENHANCEMENT 4: Rig control for ICOM radios has been added. 
ENHANCEMENT 5: The packet window data is retained even if you leave the Master Log or Net Operations program.
FIX 1: Had some problems with page formatting on the listing of the Oblast in the <SHIFT> <F4> utility.
FIX 2: Upper limits are being checked on /I, /J, /O, /Q and /V flags.
FIX 3: If you edited the Default Record in the previous version you would have to restart a program before the changes would "take".
FIX 4: More adjustments were made to the Packet Window as characters were again getting cut off on long lines.
FIX 5: Some printers (especially Tandy models) would not recognize the printer checking routine. You now have the option of turning the checking routine off.
FIX 6: If using the automatic lookup of Name and QTH from a callsign database, the state was getting cut of if the city name was more than one word.
FIX 7: The adjustment for Alaskians and Hawaiians and American Possessions portable in the US has been added to the DXCC report.

VERSION 3.31 May 1994
FIX 1: Using a comma anywhere in an antenna or rig description was messing up a new temporary index scheme that I created in the last version.
FIX 2: The ability to print QSL cards or labels had been disabled in the last version.
FIX 3: In the skip field option on the Master Log Program, there was a programming test left behind that was being printed to the printer. If the printer wasn't on, the program would crash.

VERSION 3.32 May 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: If you leave the Master Log program for one of the new pop-up windows (Grid Squares, IOTA, etc.) you will be returned to the exact QSO you on.
FIX 1: If you starting setting a flag by using a slash and then put nothing after it, the program would crash.
FIX 2: The K1EA import for version 7 BIN files had become disabled.
FIX 3: Upon automatic address lookup of a Canadian ham, the postal code was missing the last character. Now, I removed the entire code.
FIX 4: The error trapping routine was causing the program to get locked into a loop rather than resume program control.
FIX 5: If you were entering a callsign with a portable designator, the multiple QSO box would not show up until after you completed the entire record.
FIX 6: The amount of memory required to run the Address Pop-up window has been reduced.

VERSION 3.33 July 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: An import routine has been added for the new format used by WB2OPA's Log Master.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Rig control has been added for the Yaesu FT-1000.
ENHANCEMENT 3: An interface with SAM's new CD callbook database has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 4: If the frequency is within a ham band, the band in meters is now displayed in the Master Log program.
ENHANCEMENT 5: To enter the options window you can now press <ALT> O from anywhere in the system.
ENHANCEMENT 6: A new option windows has been added for Printer Font Codes. This allows more extensive use of control codes that will affect laser printers.
FIX 1: Various problems with the IOTA charting have been fixed: The report would be empty, you couldn't enter African islands and you couldn't call up Antarctic islands in the pop-up window.
FIX 2: If you placed a zone flag, it was being ignored if a US State or Canadian Province was detected.
FIX 3: If you changed output in the Report program and when to print a log, the output would revert to the previous setting.
FIX 4: The dd/mm/yy date format was disregarded in the newer pop-up award windows.
FIX 5: Adjustments were made to reflect the changes with Canadian Prefixes and QSL Bureaus.
FIX 6: The DXCC or Zone status for a QSO would not take if you used the mode designator USB or LSB instead of SSB.
FIX 7: The time zone difference is now taken into account when using automatic date insert and your computer is not set to UTC.
FIX 8: Printing a net listing that was longer than one page would crash the program.

VERSION 3.34 July 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: You may direct all printing to your choice of 2 parallel ports or 4 serial ports or to a file. You can use the standard file name for viewing with the <SHIFT> <F10> utility or name the file according to your specifications.
ENHANCEMENT 2: An import routine for K1EA's version 9 has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 3: It was determined that it would be better if the skip fields feature only was activated when adding QSOs and not when editing.
FIX 1: Printing a report to a file had been disabled in the previous version.
FIX 2: When printing QSLs, if you put the Code Description field in your format. Instead of the description you would get only the code number.

VERSION 3.35 September 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: The amount of memory needed to execute pop-up utilities has been drastically reduced.
ENHANCEMENT 2: You can go from one pop-up utility to another without first going back to the underlying program.
ENHANCEMENT 3: The indexing routine for States has been improved to remove delays when editing QSOs that had been encountered as well as speeding up the Reset Indexes program.
ENHANCEMENT 4: <CONTROL> O has been added to the Master Log program which will change the sequential order without having to bring up the Options Menu.
ENHANCEMENT 5: The disposition of the options is displayed in the first window of the Options Menu.
ENHANCEMENT 6: An import routine has been added for LOG-EQF files.
FIX 1: The DXCC Status Window would error if a country on your list had no name.
FIX 2: The sequence displayed on the screen in the master log would not change after you were in the options window until you left the program and re-entered.
FIX 3: A bug made access to SAM's CD database difficult if you weren't already a hard disk SAM customer.
FIX 4: The printer ready checking in the Options Windows was disabled by mistake in the last version.
FIX 5: The automatic lookup of addresses when using Buckmaster was goofing up on foreign call signs.
FIX 6: Various problems with the Net Operations module were looked after. The default record wasn't being added to the QSOs for logging. The <UP ARROW> didn't go to the previous page when at the top of page. The QSO numbering was strange when you had more than one page.
FIX 7: Adding the rig control for the Yaesu had goofed up some of the Icom controls.
FIX 8: Callsign prefixes that were the same length of the callsign didn't always display right in the Multiple QSO window.
FIX 9: In the Net Operations program, entering a station from Alabama would not recognize the state.
FIX 10: When in the Master Log, searching on date would not take in dd/mm/yy format.
FIX 11: When adding a new record, the confirmed flag in the pop-up windows would show just the opposite of what it should have been.

VERSION 3.36 November 1994
ENHANCEMENT 1: A Country Status Line has been added to the Master Log screen which shows if you have a confirmation from the country and zone that is displayed.
ENHANCEMENT 2: A DXCC Status grid has been added to the <SHIFT> <F1> Pop-up Utility.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A second import routine has been added for KD7P's newer file format.
ENHANCEMENT 4: A second import routine has been added for Hyperlog's version 2.0 and higher.
FIX 1: Flags placed for ITU zones whose number was greater than 40 have been disregarded since I added upper limit checking back in version 3.30.
FIX 2: Trying to use pop-up utilities while in the Master Log's global mode would cause strange results.
FIX 3: Entering invalid symbols in the <ALT> N pop-up window would crash it.
FIX 4: Some adjustments were made to the Logic 3 import routine.
FIX 5: In the QSL program, the code description printed would always be the description of the prior number.
FIX 6: My formula for calculating long path that I added to the last version was just plain wrong.
FIX 7: The older import routines for K1EA were not merging the default record information.

VERSION 3.37 January 1995 
ENHANCEMENT 1: Many items were added to the <SHIFT> <F1> Pop-up Utility. The country's flag number and the prefix number is displayed. You can use the keypad keys to sequence through the prefixes.
ENHANCEMENT 2: More designators are now valid responses in the emission entry. (i.e., A1, F3E, etc.)
ENHANCEMENT 3: Pressing <CONTROL> A from the Master Log menu program causes the Name and QTH to be filled in from the default database.
ENHANCEMENT 4: An interface has been added to integrate with the AmSoft and QRZ callsign databases.
ENHANCEMENT 5: The interface to all callsign databases has been sped up.
ENHANCEMENT 6: A flag and a report has been added for SMIRK (Six Meters International Radio Club) numbers.
FIX 1: All the special function keys in the address window have been changed from <ALT> to <CONTROL> to help with conflicts with other windows. See the address window's help screen for more detail.
FIX 2: If you used the options window to change the scrolling sequence to chronological while in the Master Log program and a Multiple QSO Box as open, it would stay open.
FIX 3: Easy DX files had some weird stuff in his frequency field at times that I was unaware of when transferring.
FIX 4: When editing a QSO that had no valid country identified it would crash when posting to the award index.
FIX 5: If you were on any page but 1 in the Net Operations program and you came back from a pop-up window, the data under the cursor was not correct.
FIX 6: The dialog box in the Global mode has been moved so it doesn't cover up the default entries.
FIX 7: Somehow I broke the <CONTROL> X and <CONTROL> L feature of the address window in the last version.
FIX 8: The mouse cursor wouldn't go all the way to the bottom of the initial display in the IOTA window.

VERSION 3.38 February 1995
ENHANCEMENT 1: Upon importing files in the transfer program, the default record used to get added to the record only when a field was empty. You now have four choices of how the default record is handled which is set in the options window.
ENHANCEMENT 2: You are now given a choice of how to handle the QTH during a K1EA file transfer for the California QSO Party.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A Time of Day report has been added that gives you break down of how many QSOs you have logged at every hour of the day.
ENHANCEMENT 4: A Unidentified Countries report has been created which checks each QSO to be sure the country can be identified and lists those calls that are not.
ENHANCEMENT 5: A method has been added so you can enter United States Counties to each QSO. Sorry, no reports yet. One step at a time.
ENHANCEMENT 6: The install program was completely redone to make it prettier and more functional.
ENHANCEMENT 7: Rig control for Yaesu FT-890 and Yaesu FT-990 has been added.
FIX 1: Somehow the alphabetical order sequence was not functional in the last version in the Master Log program.

VERSION 3.38.1 February 1995
FIX 1: The wrong version of the options window was being sent. This only affected Yaesu rig control users.

VERSION 3.38.2 March 1995
FIX 1: If a call was entered that the DXCC country couldn't be recognized, the callsign would be blanked on the Master Log screen. 
FIX 2: My homebrew AMSOFT lookup program would only work if your CD Reader was designated Drive D:.
FIX 3: The callsign lookup routine was taking too much memory which was noticeable when run under Windows.

VERSION 3.39 April 1995
ENHANCEMENT 1: An entirely new QSL printing window has been added along with a window for creating formats for QSL printing.
ENHANCEMENT 2: A report has been added that lists the total counties worked and confirmed for each US State.
FIX 1: If you searched for a call before the Master Log had a chance to load completely, the program would lock up.
FIX 2: Some of the newer reports would not use the selector even if you asked for it.
FIX 3: If you used a pop-up window in the Master Log program while in chronological order, you would be placed on the last QSO when the window is closed.
FIX 4: If you used the report filter to select 12 meters on a report, you wouldn't get any QSOs.
FIX 5: You couldn't print an individual QSO report for the last callsign in the log.
FIX 6: The Icom and Yaesu rig control has been restored after I goofed it up in the last version.

VERSION 3.40 July 1995
ENHANCEMENT 1: The new format that Buckmaster started with their April 1995 issue is automatically detected and handled appropriately. When a US call is looked up from the Master Log, the county and grid square are automatically entered as well as the name and QTH.
ENHANCEMENT 2: The <SHIFT> <F8> pop-up utility which displays the file counts now also updates the master count records in case the QSO counts gets off and
you don't want to go through the time consuming process of running an RI.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A DXCC Totals Window has been added to the <ALT> <D> DXCC pop-up window.
ENHANCEMENT 4: The <SHIFT> <F10> pop-up utility has been modified to use extended memory when available. (before I was only using conventional and expanded) This makes it more compatible with Windows users also.
ENHANCEMENT 5: The rules for determining a US State from the QTH field have been liberalized. Now any character may be used to separate the city from the state 2-leter abbreviation except another capital letter. 
ENHANCEMENT 6: A new utility program was added that creates the start-up batch file LOGSTART.BAT. This makes it easier for users to add or subtract the loading of TSR programs necessary to run the SAM or Buckmaster database.
ENHANCEMENT 7: AM and FM have been included as valid modes when calculating the phone statistics.
ENHANCEMENT 8: A second import routine was added to accommodate Total Ham's newer file format.
FIX 1: You were not allowed to set the <SHIFT> <F9> default record with the new designator <P> for Print in the QSL Sent Field.
FIX 2: My import for WB2OPA's newer style of files was having a little trouble finding the first record properly with some files.
FIX 3: After exiting the program the screen colors are returned to the normal DOS color of white letters on a black background.
FIX 4: There was a problem with rounding of the Longitude with calculating some grid squares in the <ALT> <G> pop-up window.
FIX 5: Even if you turned the printer ready checking in the options window, it still stayed on for most reports.
FIX 6: There was not a valid description for the Total Counties report in the <SHIFT> <F10> Report Viewer.

VERSION 3.41 August 1995
ENHANCEMENT 1: An import routine has been added for Logic 4 files.
ENHANCEMENT 2: A number of printable fields have been added to the QSL module: USPS Zip Code barcode, KK6EK QSL barcode, and My Call.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A number of printing options have been added to the QSL module: Print stations never QSLed before, print USA only, print DX only, change QSL Sent=No to Yes.
ENHANCEMENT 4: For those users that don't want the new Buckmaster format to fill the flags field with the US County and/or Grid Square, these can be turned off in the options window.
ENHANCEMENT 5: When adding QSOs in the Master Log program you can have entries from the previous record automatically fill the fields you select. You set the option in the <SHIFT> <F9> pop-up utility.
ENHANCEMENT 6: Options have been added to allow you to turn off indexing routines you do not need for your style of operation. This can speed up routines.
ENHANCEMENT 7: The following emission designators are now recognized as a RTTY QSO for report purposes: ATOR, GTOR, PTOR, CLVR and AFEC.
FIX 1: The N6TR import for IARU contest logs wasn't putting the correct zone in the flags field.
FIX 2: In a "Yes/No" dialog box, pressing the space bar served the same purpose as the return key.
FIX 3: Records with blank information were showing up in the Grid Square window.
FIX 4: When in the middle of a print run in the new QSLing module if the printer was shut off or it ran out of paper, the program would crash.
FIX 5: In the process of writing code for the new Buckmaster format I managed to disable the <CONTROL> A lookup feature in the Master Log for all the other callsign databases.
FIX 6: If you erase all the text in the comment window, the "Comments Exist" flag would be displayed anyway.
FIX 7: If a line of data from the QRZ database was greater than 30 characters it would crash the address window.
FIX 8: If you changed the sequence in the Master Log program to date order by using the Options Window, if a Multiple QSO Window was displayed, it wouldn't close. It was fine if you used <CONTROL> O.
FIX 9: In the QSL Printing pop-up utility <ALT> Q, if you were printing labels using the one call feature on a dot matrix printer, an extra blank label was left between each printed label.

VERSION 3.42 November 1995 
ENHANCEMENT 1: An option has been added to the WF1B import routine. You can select how you wish to handle the US State when found, either put it in the QTH field, append it to the end of the report, or do nothing.
ENHANCEMENT 2: In the new QSL printing window you can print a listing of your selection.
ENHANCEMENT 3: You can access the data from the new Amateur Radio Callbook callsign database CD. The grid square can automatically be inserted based on Callbook's Lat. and Long. provided if you select that option in the options window.
ENHANCEMENT 4: All the callsign database routines have been improved in order to make the most of the data they provide.
FIX 1: In the new QSL printing window there was a some programmers information being displayed in the upper left corner of the screen that wasn't supposed to be.
FIX 2: The K1EA imports derive the frequency from the band/mode as the frequency data supplied is not always accurate.
FIX 3: In the last version I mistakenly disabled the Canadian Province and Japanese Prefectures identification.

VERSION 3.43 January 1996
ENHANCEMENT 1: The Callbook company has provided a smaller TSR for interfacing with their CD ROM. It only takes one third of the memory of their previous version.
ENHANCEMENT 2: The rig control address for the Icom 725 was added to the list.
ENHANCEMENT 3: The default colors were changed to be more clearly visible on more monitors.
FIX 1: In the address window the first line of the address wouldn't transfer from the callsign database to the personal address window.
FIX 2: When looking up a call in the address window using the SAM database the callsign would sometimes be dropped in the address.
FIX 3: In the information program all the software history would not load using standard memory requirements so the history is now split into two files, ancient and recent.
FIX 4: The keypads keys stopped working in the Net Operations module.
FIX 5: When using the one call feature of the new QSLing program the position would always return to the left column when finished.
FIX 6: If you needed address information looked up in the new QSLing program it would hunt for the information even though it may have just gotten it from the previous label.
FIX 7: When saving a QSL format in the new QSLing format program the user was allowed to enter space bars within the filename which would mess things up.
FIX 8: If a state is recorded as DC, then WAS credit is given to Maryland.
FIX 9: The new "Previous Entry" feature of the <SHIFT> <F9> Pop-up Utility had some problems.

VERSION 3.44 February 1996
ENHANCEMENT 1: A new window has been created for the GOLIST that you reach by typing <ALT> M from any program menu.
ENHANCEMENT 2: An import for Turbolog has been added as well as a second import routine for DXBase.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A screen saver has been added. You can select the length of time in the Options Window.
ENHANCEMENT 4: The ability to add extra spaces between labels (vertically) has been added to the new QSL printing window.
FIX 1: The <SHIFT> <F9> Pop-up Utility had problems. You couldn't set the special code, when returning to the Master Log the display was goofy. Also the <INSERT> key in the date field would give you the local date and not the UTC date.
FIX 2: Lots of fine tuning was performed on the rig control routines for the Yaesu 890 and 990. It appears that the 900 operates the same as the 890.

VERSION 3.45 February 1996
ENHANCEMENT 1: Rig control for Ten-Tec radios has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 2: In the Master Log you can send the rig to a desired frequency by pressing <CONTROL> F and then entering the frequency (not available for Yaesu's).
FIX 1: In the interface for the newer Buckmaster CD all the date fields were not being transferred.
FIX 2: On the Callbook CD, the entire class name is displayed and not just the first letter.
FIX 3: Half the callsign databases didn't work with the Master Log program. Then would work in the address window. The ones affected were AmSoft, QRZ, and CallBook.
FIX 4: In the new QSLing program setting the QSL Sent to Yes didn't work with the "One Call" feature.

VERSION 3.46 August 1996
ENHANCEMENT 1: Rig control was added for the new Yaesu FT-1000MP.
ENHANCEMENT 2: An import routine was added for the TopLog program written by I4UFH.
ENHANCEMENT 3: An import routine was added for AR Log program written by Alan Weinberg, KR7D.
ENHANCEMENT 4: A second import was added for KI6LO's more recent format.
ENHANCEMENT 5: A 3rd and 4th import was added for KD7P's Log Plus program.
ENHANCEMENT 6: A 3rd date format of yy/mm/dd was added.
ENHANCEMENT 7: In the power field you can enter powers less than 1 watt by using the decimal point. The selector has been enhanced to consider the power numerically instead of alphabetically.
FIX 1: The automatic callsign data lookup feature never worked with the first QSO you enter into the log.
FIX 2: You couldn't stop the program from looking for the GOLIST during the initialization screen.

VERSION 3.47 October 1996
ENHANCEMENT 1: IOTA Descriptions are displayed on the Master Long screen when an IOTA number has been properly entered.
ENHANCEMENT 2: A new Pop-Up Utility has been added which gives you complete IOTA descriptions as well as bearings and distance data.
ENHANCEMENT 3: A new "Find" feature has been added to the Master Log program. It allows you to find selector matches in your log and display them.
ENHANCEMENT 4: A new third style of help screens are available by pressing <ALT> H. Here you will find many step-by-step instructions of many functions within the system.
ENHANCEMENT 5: A quick and easy way to back up your data files has been added.

VERSION 3.47.1 December 1996
FIX 1: There was a problem in the Master Log finding the wrong IOTA description at times.

VERSION 3.48 May 1997
ENHANCEMENT 1: The Individual QSO Report will combine the QSOs with previous call signs if the QSO records are properly flagged.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Two changes made to the Multiple QSO Window are that it is available even when in Chronological Order and it is only as wide as necessary to accommodate the longest callsign.
ENHANCEMENT 3: Packet DX cluster spots are compared with your logs and you are alerted of any new ones. You may also select a spot to automatically tune your rig to.
ENHANCEMENT 4: A report for US counties was added.
ENHAMECMENT 5: Both an import and export routine was added for the Amateur Data Interchange Format (ADIF).
ENHANCEMENT 6: Automatic updating of the IOTA database if performed in the Reset Indexes program.
ENHANCEMENT 7: A 4th import routine was written for the N6RJ logging program as well as a 2nd routine written for Ham Windows.
ENHAMCEMENT 8: A import routine was added for G3ZCZ's PC Ham Logbook as well as one for K4HAV's 10-10 contest logging program.
ENHANCEMENT 9: More attention is given to the states when importing K8CC NA contest logs.
ENHANCEMENT 10: Due to CT contest files having the hour the contact was made move depending on which CT version you have, the hour is now adjustable prior to importing the first record.
ENHANCEMENT 11: In the QSL Sent or Receive field of the Master Log entry screen you can enter a D for Direct or a B for Buro besides the standard Y or N.
ENHANCEMENT 12: A new flag has been added for the United States Islands Award Program. A data file of all the current islands is now included.
FIX 1: The colors for the pop-up boxes would be changed after completing an <ALT> B backup.
FIX 2: You couldn't use the <ALT> Q QSLing program if you didn't have the CQ indexes on.
FIX 3: The QSL "F" or "R" are properly handled now during an import from Logic.
FIX 4: More secrets were discovered on WB2OPA's file structure and implemented in that import routine.
FIX 5: An error in the Total Counties Report caused the tally to sometimes be off.

VERSION 3.48.1 May 1997
FIX 1: If you used a callsign flag to link two calls both ways you weren't allowed to enter additional QSOs for either call sign.
FIX 2: The county reports would not execute.

VERSION 3.48.2 June 1997
ENHANCEMENT 1: Instructions for installing the software into windows are included with the install program.
FIX 1: The install program would not work for customers that had my older style directory layout.

VERSION 3.49 November 1997
ENHANCEMENT 1: More interesting things were learned about the WB2OPA file structure resulting in an "even more new and improved" import routine.
ENHANCEMENT 2: In the ADIF import, if the importing file does not give a frequency then any available band information is substituted and converted.
FIX 1: If you choose "none" for your Packet Tone, it would beep anyway.
FIX 2: A problem with the KD7P 4th import routine was transferring the frequency incorrectly.
FIX 3: When in chronological order the Multiple QSO window didn't pop-up immediately after entering a callsign.
FIX 4: The ability to add slashes to the zeros stopped working in the new QSL printing program.
FIX 5: The Master Log module would crash if you edited a time or a date.
FIX 6: Dates from the 21st century would come before the 1900's.
FIX 7: If a invalid callsign was entered as a previous callsign flag the program would crash.
FIX 8: Even if you set the Multiple QSO Box for Off, it would stay on.

VERSION 3.50 August 1998
ENHANCEMENT 1: A new import routine was created for the VHFDX contesting program.
ENHANCEMENT 2: Previously you were allowed you to add or subtract 4 hours for a CT version 9 import. This has been expanded to 12 hours and works for a CT 8 import too.
FIX 1: When importing data from other programs if the callsign had a slash at the end with nothing else it would cause a crash.
FIX 2: When sitting in the Net Operations module in the edit mode, the screen saver would not activate.
FIX 3: If you used the newer "Direct" or "Buro" designations for QSL received you wouldn't get credit for confirmed in the pop-up windows.
FIX 4: A station logged from Antarctica was not having the continent displayed on the Master Log screen.
FIX 5: For Yaesu rigs the F function to set a frequency via direct entry has been fixed which also allows automatic frequency setting from the packet window.

VERSION 3.51 February 1999
ENHANCEMENT 1: The rig control address for the new ICOM IC-756 has been added.
ENHANCEMENT 2: The Multiple QSO Box Option has been expanded so you can choose to have the box come on or not with each of the three scrolling sequences.
FIX 1: The GoList people made a slight change in the way their data is displayed which caused some of the information to scroll off my screen.
FIX 2: The Net Operations module crashed when you hit the edit key.
FIX 3: The reports in version 3.50 would not filter based on mode.

VERSION 3.51.1 January 2000
FIX 1: DXCC Countries that had deletion or addition dates were not being recognized with QSO dates 2000 and above.
FIX 2: In the Master Log screen upon returning from a Pop-Up window there was an excessive search time for the first record if you were in date order and the QSO had a date 2000 and above.
FIX 3: The Monthly Log would render an empty report if you selected a month in the year 2000 and above.
FIX 4: In the old QSLing program dates above the year 2000 and above would all be printed as 1900.
FIX 5: If you use the Direct or Buro designator for QSL Received you wouldn't get credit in the award indexes.

VERSION 3.51.2 February 2000
FIX 1: The Master Log didn't like adding or resetting a QSO that didn't have a valid date in version 3.51.1.
FIX 2: The award indexing for dates above 2000 had some irregularities that were straightened out.
FIX 3: The selector would not select on a date with the year 2000 and above.
FIX 4: The Individual QSO Report always displayed the date in mm/dd/yy format regardless of your setting.

VERSION 3.51.3 April 2000
FIX 1: The ability to set the rig frequency from the Packet Window was disabled in version 3.51.2.
FIX 2: In the DXCC Country module if you entered a Latitude or Longitude that wasn't rounded to the nearest tenth a crash would result.
FIX 3: Callsign database lookups would not retrieve grid square and county information on occasion.
FIX 4: A number of problems involving QSO's with the entry date of 2/29/00 were looked after.